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Humans are far more motivated when we feel strong ownership and responsibility for something.
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Neuroscientists now can see the shapes that form in your brain as you respond to stimuli.
The help you need with expenses, loan applications, and other crucial business operations is only a download away.
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Free speech means the government can't punish you for being a jerk, but your boss certainly can.
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If you go through MissionU's program designed to impart in-demand career skills, you don't owe any money until you get a well-paying job.
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Dr. June Chu fell victim to the trap of modern technology. But a simple practice could have saved her job.